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While the plethora of young people in our nation dream of hitting it big in the globalized world with a proclivity towards western nations, there is some who decide to stay back and solve the persistent problems, by working on a grass root level. Once such example is that of the exemplary individuals behind ‘Vidyoday …

As a Kid, Sandeep saw maids in his neighbourhood slogging hard for a day’s meal, while their children sat helplessly and never went to school. His mother, a teacher, was helping these kids with their studies. Her dedication made a strong impact on little Sandeep. Decades later, he made this mission of spreading education, the …

LECIN Team with the kids

LECIN : A youth organisation educating underprivileged children with a uniquely developed curriculum Out of all imaginable symbols of a gift, if there is one which can be felt, cherished and celebrated, it has to be education. And 2 students from New Delhi are selflessly imparting this gift to hundreds of impoverished children in the nation’s …

Although the colonial British government was evicted from India 70 years, but sadly the educational policy set up by Lord Macaulay has been ardently followed without any snap. With every sector transforming, our rusted education system hasn’t been able to surmount the fundamental requirements necessary for laying down a firm foundation for our children. Every …

13-year-old Suman from Nanjankulam Village has weak bone density and growing up as a healthy individual is extremely challenging for him. 17 year old Kannan from Therkupatti, studying in Industrial Training Institute (ITI), is 148cm tall with a BMI of 11.41, has scores of grey hair and by July 2017 wants to enter the job …

“In the quest to safeguard Syria from a blotted future of a “Lost generation”, the Turkish government has lent out a hand by taking up the mammoth task of educating 800,000 Syrian children. This noble cause has been inspirational to many movements across the globe and has provided a boost in restructuring Syria. Laying the …

Moraa Educational Complex

Afghanistan has been tagged as a nation with one of the lowest literacy rates in the world by major international organizations and think tanks. Insurgency and civil disruption has shattered the backbone of the nation with a literacy rate of only 38.2% being a dreadful evidence for that. But what comes as a sadly highlighting …

Signal Shaala or the Signal School, is a school like no other. For one, it does not stand tall in a well-structured building. Signal Shaala is a shipment container transformed into a mini-school, sitting smug under a bridge in a heavy-traffic area of Thane city. The container shuts out the noise from the traffic above. …